Best Ways to Clean laminate floors


Mop the Floors Once a Month

If you really have to clean the laminated floor with water, mop them once a month. Squeeze out the water carefully from the mop and let the floor dry soon. Leaving the water on the floor for long can damage it, so don’t wash the floors or clean them with a drenched mop. Wring out as much excess water as you can from the mop. Use microfiber mops to make the cleaning easier.

Mop the Floors Once a Month

Written by Loren Mcbride
12 months ago

Clean the Spills Right Away

Cleaning the spills right away will keep the laminated floors shiny and new. Water and other fluids are the biggest enemies of laminated floors because they can cause swelling, peeling, and other types of damage. To keep the laminated floors clean, tackle spills as soon as possible to avoid stains.

Written by Fern Oliver
1 year ago


Using a brush, broom or a vacuum cleaner clean the dust and debris from the floors regularly. You can also put doormats in front of doors that take you out of the house. To avoid making the laminated floors dirty you can also keep a shoe rack outside to leave the outdoor shoes outside. Keep indoor slippers separate. Clean the floors without using any water at least once a week. If the debris is waxy and sticky, use some soap water solution to clean it.


Written by Mildred Hawkins
8 months ago

Avoid Abrasive Cleaning

Abrasive cleaning tools such as steel wool, when cleaning the floors should be avoided as they can cause scratches. If the floor is stained or the debris won’t come off, look for special cleaners that are designed to clean laminated floors. Also, avoid dragging furniture around to avoid scratches.

Written by Sally Black
10 months ago

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